IX. Processor Compatibility and Performance Comparison
In this next installment of the review, I will focus on the compatibility feature of the motherboard. It is not common for Intel®-based motherboard that several processors are used to test compatibility. But since this is a 3rd party chipset, I feel that a broad range of processors must be used to ensure the stability of the product.
For this portion of continuation of the review, I will use two more processors:
* Intel® Pentium® 4 520ES (2.8GHz/1MB/800MHz/HT)
* Intel® Pentium® D 840ES@820 (3.2GHz@2.8GHz/2x1MB/800MHz/DC)
The reason for changing the speed of the Intel® Pentium® D 840ES is to emulate a similar or near similar clock speed compared to the previous processor used in the first part of the review: Intel® Pentium® 4 510ES ((2.8GHz/1MB/533MHz).
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